Sip All Day Get Decay

Did you know that the average American drinks 56 gallons of soda pop a year? WOW!

The Minnesota Dental Association has been spreading the word on how soda pop affects your teeth. Have you heard their phrase, “Sip all day, Get decay?” It means exactly what it says!  Sipping on Soft drinks and juices can cause tooth decay due to high amounts of sugar and high acidity levels….even if you have never had a cavity before in your life!

So, before you leave that open bottle of pop in your locker to drink between classes…Check out the link
below to test your skills, and might even learn something new!

Soda Pop Quiz

You can avoid tooth decay and other health problems that arise from drinking too many soft drinks and other carbonated beverages such as sports drinks, energy drinks, and sweetened teas. Limiting your intake, brushing and flossing twice a day and regular check-ups at Willowdaile Family Dentistry will help to reduce your risk of tooth decay and improve the whole health of your mouth! (Information courtesy of the Minnesota Dental Association)